Tutorials and Patterns

Think & Wonder Improv Quilt Pattern

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Make Your Own Text Fabric

You Tube Video Tutorial on Piecing Your Glam Clam Quilt without Pins!

Free Patterns available on Craftsy:

Glam Clam Quilt 8″ – Machine Pieced Clamshells

Glam Clam Quilt 12″ – Machine Pieced Clamshells

Glam Clam 4″ and 6″ Templates

Tips for Cutting Out Your Glam Clam Quilt

I have a few tutorials on the Modern Quilt Guild site. Check them out! Click on the pictures to be taken straight to the tutorials.

Half Rectangle Triangles

Half Rectangle Triangles Tutorial


Target Practice Block

Target Practice Quilt Block


Missoni Inspired Quilt

Missoni Inspired Quilt


Cutting Shapes from a Strip
Learn how to easily cut Squares, Right Triangles, Equilateral Triangles, Diamonds, and Hexagons from a strip of fabric. All you need is a rotary cutter, ruler, and a cutting mat.

Cut Simple Shapes

 

Karen Tejcka - July 16, 2014 - 11:05 pm

Hi Latifah! I was a student in your OC clam shell quilt class a few weeks ago. I had already planned to do the Rocket 88 quilt for my sister (who wanted a quilt using infinity symbols) . This was perfect! Only after I came home from your class did I realize you created the pattern! I cannot attend your class on Aug 9 Is there another class you are teaching on how to create this? Or at least a class or video on the bias technique would be so helpful! — Karen.

[…] to make a Target Practice Block, Half Rectangle Triangles and more? Intrigued? Latifa has some really good tutorials and free patterns on her site. It’s also fun to just scroll through even the first page of her site to look at […]

Kim Johnson - March 30, 2012 - 7:15 am

Your work is beautiful. I especially love the green and gray one. I have quilted for a long time and I am really getting into these new modern looks.

donna heider - January 8, 2012 - 10:14 am

would love to know more about the Guild and how to join and what is required. I have not been a quilt maker, except little ones now and then but have sewed for so many years. I have done costumes mainly for a now grown dancer daughter. How do I get more info?
donna

Freda P - June 23, 2010 - 6:46 am

love the style..science graduate too, it helps with the maths!! But red black and white the latest thing for new borns ( and grandson Jack has demonstrated it) so get funky with the baby stuff..on one side anyway!!
cheers form scotland via the 6600 group

Joy M. Ruplinger - June 7, 2010 - 3:15 pm

Hi Latifa, I am Rosanna’s mother. I met you in the garment district when I was visiting LA. I am so impressed at how much you have accomplished in the relatively short time that you have been making quilts. Keep up the good work. I look forward to seeing future projects. Sincerely, Joy

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